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AFCONA | Matlhogonolo P. Letshelaphala

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Matlhogonolo P. Letshelaphala
AFCONA Botswana

Matlhogonolo Precious Letshelaphala is a Public Relations Officer Intern and Journalist by profession with BA (Hons) In Broadcasting and Journalism.

Matlhogonolo is a competent journalist with a proven track record of providing balanced stories for Government newspaper and Government Radio station, furthermore she has skills for conducting various research. She has Public Relation experience. She is always ready to grasp knowledge with both hands at all times. She is an outspoken, courteous, responsible and an incredible team player who seeks to bring nothing but the best to the table .She is always ready for new challenges and adapt easily to various environments.

Matlhogonolo possess strong interpersonal skills and analytical skills and she is able to contribute to the development of best practice, procedures and policies within an organization or company. She has good communication skills and she has the ability to work with a team.

Her goal is to see the life’s of people being transformed or changed and help AFIDEP achieve its goals and mission in developing people’s lives and reaching out to those people who are living far from resource.

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Street: Schluefweg 10
Town: Kloten Zurich (ZH)
Postcode: 8302
Country: Switzerland

 

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ADIC 2017 Switzerland

ADIC 2017 focuses on mobilising investors for Agriculture and Tourist sectors in Africa. While discussions will be centered around these key sectors, both there secondary sectors and value chains such as hospitality, energy, storage, transportation, SCM etc., will be covered.

Contact

DCG Switzerland
Alte Zugerstrasse 4
    8820 Wädenswil ZH.
    Switzerland
 +41 43 833 0214
+41 43 833 0215
info[at]afidep.com

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